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Canada: Between St. John in New Brunswick and Digby in Nova Scotia

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The misty Bay of Fundy with its world-record tides and
strong currents challenges captains as they navigate past the rocks and cliffs
that line Digby Gut, the entrance to the bay called Annapolis Basin. At Point
Prim look for the tidy red and white lighthouse, built in 1845. When you
disembark, grab a cab and head to the most authentic local eatery, O’Neils
Royal Fundy Seafood Market & Restaurant, and order a sampler of the local
specialty—scallops—served three ways: breaded, pan-seared, or wrapped in bacon.

(Bay Ferries: acadiaferry.com;
$41 per person one-way.
)

World's Most Beautiful Ferry Rides

Canada: Between St. John in New Brunswick and Digby in Nova Scotia

The misty Bay of Fundy with its world-record tides and
strong currents challenges captains as they navigate past the rocks and cliffs
that line Digby Gut, the entrance to the bay called Annapolis Basin. At Point
Prim look for the tidy red and white lighthouse, built in 1845. When you
disembark, grab a cab and head to the most authentic local eatery, O’Neils
Royal Fundy Seafood Market & Restaurant, and order a sampler of the local
specialty—scallops—served three ways: breaded, pan-seared, or wrapped in bacon.

(Bay Ferries: acadiaferry.com;
$41 per person one-way.
)

All Canada Photos / Alamy

World's Most Beautiful Ferry Rides

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